It’s been seven months since Josh Duggar was transferred to federal prison.
Apparently, his time at Seagoville FCI outside Dallas was pretty eventful.
The facility is at the center of two separate lawsuits brought by inmates alleging gross negligence of staff.
Add to that scandal a scathing new report from a British tabloid Sun It argues that neglect of infrastructure and a policy of serving expired food have exposed prisoners to unsafe living conditions.
Families of Seagoville inmates now speak up, claim life in prison
“There is not enough perimeter security because we are dramatically understaffed,” said a relative who asked to remain anonymous.
“Prisons have pretty heavy politics and that means they have gangs. I’m talking to the Sun.
“But given the level of neglect, this is a dangerous situation. I know my family is worried about him. I think he’s always worried about his well-being.”
Relatives add that the inmates in question are typically “fearing for their lives” at Seagoville.
In addition to gang activity, medical care at the facility appears substandard.
“My family has not received any treatment for two and a half years because of my disability. He has been asked and they keep telling him he is on the list,” the accuser said. says.
“He needs glasses and has been on the optometry appointment list for over a year and has yet to see one,” continues the concerned beloved.
“My family has had colds and the novel coronavirus.
Sources continued to claim that prisoners were often forced to spend days at a time without heating and electricity.
“Even when a big cold front passed through Texas, they spent days without electricity or heat.
“They’ve had six generators in the last six weeks because they’re burning them down rather than just fixing the electricity.”
“Someone I know said her husband was always sick, undernourished, with constant colds.”
In addition to the claims made in SunSeagoville management could soon be forced to respond to two lawsuits, including one from an inmate who claims other inmates paid the guards to attack him.
“I was assaulted on the lock by an inmate who was paid by another inmate to perform the assault,” the inmate claims.
We will provide further updates on this developing story as new information becomes available.